Fabulae Palliatae (Comedies in Greek Dress) — Agitatoria (The Driver)
“I have always valued and much preferred freedom to money”
…Semper pluris feci ego
Potioremque habui libertatem multo quam pecuniam
Tragedy: Hesiona (Herakles)
Herakles: “May I not seem to pursue my cause with tongue instead of sword”
Ne mihi gerere morem videar lingua verum lingula!
Comedy: Testicularia (A Play About Testicles)
“No! The ones we’ve cut off, I’ll chop up and throw away”
Immo quos scicidimus conscindam atque abiciam.
Naevius? A poet from between the first two Punic Wars who ended up exiled to Tunisia. He was still making trouble with his epitaph!